I mean audieo recorder (home cassette deck), does it have TBC function. I want to buy one. Your opinion is that if the VCR supports TBC, connecting a home recording deck to a VCR can perform TBC on analog audio?
I mean audieo recorder (home cassette deck), does it have TBC function. I want to buy one. Your opinion is that if the VCR supports TBC, connecting a home recording deck to a VCR can perform TBC on analog audio? It seems like I found out that this forum does not discuss the area of digital recording equipment, so I sent it here for the time being. Thank you. I want to buy a home tape recorder that is best equipped with TBC. Thank you
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Simple answer: NO.
ALL, EVERY consumer-based analog audio recorder - whether compact cassette, 8-track tape, reel-to-reel, whatever - is basically freewheeling (both figuratively and literally). The best they have to go by is PLL (phase-lock looped) dual capstans & take-up motors.
Only 2" 24track and similar pro recorders use anything resembling crystal clock sync (gen-locked?) or timecode.
Usually, unless your deck is so awful that it has worn out its motors or its capstan size & gripping power, you should not have unmanageable Wow & Flutter (the thing that is exemplified when your timebase varies). Always some in analog, but not enough to worry about.
...Sounds to me like you have some other issue/don't understand what is involved.